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  • Track Teams Sweep The Competition

    Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ track and field teams both earned a trio of victories over opponents in meets this week.

    The girls went to Bunnell High School’s track in Stratford on April 28 and defeated Joel Barlow of Redding 92.5 to 57.5, topped Stratford 137 to 12, and bested Kolbe Cathedral of Bridgeport 137.5 to .5.

    Newtown’s boys team hosted a meet at Blue & Gold Stadium on April 29 and beat Stratford 105 to 45, Kolbe 140 to 10, and Barlow 115 to 34.

  • Youth Football And Cheer

    Newtown Youth Football and Cheer registration is still open for boys and girls entering grades 2 and 3 in the fall of 2014.

    If interested, contact Tom Pellicone (football) via e-mail at tpj40@yahoo.com, or Julie Luby (cheer) via e-mail at newtownyouthcheer@gmail.com, for more information.

  • Softball Team Beats Barlow, Falls To Pomperaug In Doubleheader

    Newtown High School’s softball team took advantage of ten walks to make the most of only four hits in defeating host Joel Barlow of Redding 8-3 on April 23. The Nighthawks then dropped both ends of a double header against Pomperaug of Southbury at Treadwell Park on April 28. Newtown carried a 4-5 overall record into the middle of the week.

  • Table Tennis Club Welcomes New Members, Has Success

    The Tribury Table Tennis Club, based in Woodbury, Middlebury, and Southbury, welcomes new participants to play table tennis throughout the week, free of charge, as follows:

    *Woodbury Senior Center, Mondays from 10 am to 1 pm and Thursdays from 2 to 4 pm (203-263-2828).

    *Middlebury Parks & Recreation, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 am to 1 pm (l 203-598-3719).

    *Southbury Senior Center, Tuesdays and Fridays from 2 to 4:30 pm (203-264-5858).

  • Golf Team Rolling, Eyes Match With Pomperaug

    During the preseason, Coach Bill Flood already had his sights on the April 30 visit to Heritage Village Country Club and a clash with South-West Conference rival Pomperaug of Southbury. As that date fast approaches, both Flood’s Newtown High School boys’ golf team (6-0 heading into Thursday’s meet with Notre Dame-Fairfield) and defending regular season conference champion Pomperaug (2-0 in the early going) continue to look like the best teams in the conference, Flood said.

  • Softball Team Wins Two Of Three

    Offensive fireworks were the story in one game, and a low-scoring battle unfolded in another as Newtown High School’s softball team split a pair of games this past week. The Nighthawks toppled visiting Weston 14-1 on April 17, then fell 2-1 at Oxford on April 21 to carry a 3-3 overall mark into an April 23 clash with Joel Barlow of Redding. Newtown defeated Barlow 8-3 (read about the game in the May 2 print edition of The Bee).

  • Laxmen Fall To Conard, Bounce Back In Conference Play

    After a 12-7 setback to nonconference foe Conard at Blue & Gold Stadium on April 19, Coach Glenn Adams’ viewpoint was that if his Newtown High School’s boys’ lacrosse team’s first loss was just a “bump in the road,” and his team rebounded, there was nothing to worry about.

    Fast forward a couple of days to the team’s return to South-West Conference play and a visit to Pomperaug of Southbury.

    Newtown didn’t allow that bump to turn into a bouncy ride, and won 12-3.

  • Girls’ Lacrosse Team Rebounds From First Loss

    Locked up in a tight battle at Blue & Gold Stadium on April 17, Newtown High School’s girls’ lacrosse team pulled away in the second half for a 15-9 triumph over Weston.

    Newtown led just 8-7 after Weston logged two of the first three second-half goals before the Nighthawks went on a 7-2 run in the final 20 minutes of action.

  • Nighthawk Tennis Teams Earn Wins

    Julia Frattaroli and the Nighthawks won three of their first five matches as they entered into the final week of April.

  • NHS Baseball Team Slugs Its Way Into Win Column

    Newtown High School’s baseball team, in its sixth game of the spring, picked up its first win — toppling host Oxford 15-9 on April 21.

    The teams combined for 30 hits (15 apiece) and eight errors in a wild contest that featured eight opening-inning runs.

    Newtown carried a 3-0 lead into the bottom of the first, but trailed 5-3 heading into the second inning. Oxford led 7-4 going to the fourth, but Newtown put up six runs to turn a three-run deficit into a three-run advantage, and never looked back.